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Dealing with workplace stress and well-being in times of uncertainty (Online)
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- Open SPACE 2022
- Workplace Psychology and Well-being
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- 11Jun 2022 (Sat)11:00 - 12:00
- Mr Kelvin Chua (RPsych, AFHKPS)
Mr Kelvin Chua
Mr Kelvin Chua is a Registered Industrial-Organizational Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society. He has extensive management consulting experience with Accenture, Aon Hewitt, Gartner, PwC and Willis Towers Watson, serving a broad range of clients in multiple industries and functions across strategy, organization and operations. His work focuses on leadership transformation aimed at improving organizational effectiveness and the roles of stress, coping and social support systems in health and wellbeing. He has advised top executives and policymakers, helping them to achieve clarity and purpose during periods of stressful organizational transformation and pandemics. Mr Chua has deep hands-on industry experience, having worked for AIG and AXA as a department head in Human Resources. In 2011, his department won the AIG Team Achievement Award for outstanding performance. He was also sponsored by Aon Hewitt to complete the Human Resource Executive Program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
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The last couple of years have been pretty turbulent and there is much uncertainty in the environment around us. This has caused much stress, particularly in the workplace where employees feel disconnected, mentally stressed and worried about their future. What are some of the ways to deal with stress and what does "employee well-being" mean today? And how can managers and HR help employees cope?
Medium of language: English
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